Adrian Wall is back with his weekly feast of Outsiders and he has picked out three horses who should outrun their large odds across Britain and Ireland on Sunday. He has had recent winners at 40-1, 20-1 and 14-1 in the last couple of months. Best of luck if you have a play and remember, always bet responsibly.
Sole course and distance winner in the field Betterdaysrcoming can put his experience here to good use and win the valuable Series Final for Andy Oliver and Billy Lee. The colt had the better of the reopposing Encosta here last time and he will handle the forecast juice in the ground. This is obviously a much tougher race but he is on an upward trajectory and course form can be a major plus around this track. He should be a solid each way price.
Philip Fenton is a dangerous man with a lightly raced handicapper and running off an opening mark of just 89, King Gresel could show a lot more now. The well bred son of Famous Name cut no ice in three maiden hurdles, but the best of his three efforts came here at Cork behind Dorans Boy and the handbrake might be off now.
Sue Smith wouldn’t be prolific in the bumper sphere but Eddie Mush is an interesting runner at the first time of asking. The gelding is a half brother to several winners who won over distances ranging from two miles to three miles. He will without doubt get a trip in time but this could be the perfect assignment first time out.
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